>>> mdii <mdii.al...@gmail.com> schrieb am 30.11.2016 um 09:03 in Nachricht
<capwtlahsrp2pgcgwh+8l7ojt3w4nrzbhv1qwbv61j7hwrtr...@mail.gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> 
> I'm trying to change the timestamp appears in my openLDAP logs. Today it's
> the default timestamp (Nov 22 11:55:02), but for debugging reasons I need
> to show the milliseconds (something like Nov 22 11:55:02:987 or any other
> format with milliseconds).
> 
> The logs output are managed by the /etc/rsyslog.d/openldap.conf file:
> 
>> #Configuration specifique openldap
>> local4.* @10.2.32.95:514
>> local4.*        -/custom/log/openldap.log
>> local5.* @10.2.32.95:514
>> local5.*        -/custom/log/openldap-oldschema.log
> 
> 
> 
> My /etc/rsyslog.conf configuration looks like:
> 
>> # Use default timestamp format
>> $ActionFileDefaultTemplate RSYSLOG_TraditionalFileFormat
> 
> 
> For testing purposes, I change it to:
> 
>> # Use default timestamp format
>> $ActionFileDefaultTemplate RSYSLOG_FileFormat
> 
> 
> Or even to:
> 
>> # Use default timestamp format
>> $template myFormat,"PRI: %pri%, MSG: %msg%\n"
>> $ActionFileDefaultTemplate myFormat
> 
> 
> 
> But I see no changes in the timestamp (I restart the rsyslog service at
> each modification)
> 
> I also notice that I'm just getting the first instance log
> (-/custom/log/openldap.log), I'm not seeing the second one
> (-/custom/log/openldap-oldschema.log).
> 
> Viewing this I have two questions:
> - why my second instance doesn't log?
> - why my log timestamp doesn't change when I change the configuration file?

The question is: In how far is this issue openLDAP-specific? Maybe fo to 
another list (for rsyslog)?

> 
> 
> I would like to thank you in advance for all the help,
> Marc





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